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My Fiero came back from paint!! PICS!! by DeLorean00
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I like the house . It looks like the car belongs at that house.


Thanks, the house is the reason I am going to sell the 355 when its finished.

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Very nice, who makes the body kit?

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Very nice, who makes the body kit?


Thanks!!

Kit is from http://www.ad355.com/

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Your car is now my wallpaper. That thing is downright sexy.

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Your car is now my wallpaper. That thing is downright sexy.


Thanks!! I will continue to update this thread with the progress. I will be doing the complete interior, suspension, mirrors, fog lights, etc.

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Thanks!!

Kit is from http://www.ad355.com/

O you got a John Watson kit... Excellent choice. I researched this kit several years ago.

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O you got a John Watson kit... Excellent choice. I researched this kit several years ago.


Yep, I flew out to Johns shop in Georgia twice and visited with him. Very good kit.

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I bet all of your neighbors think you own a Ferrari. Nice looking car. On your next pictures, can you get a better angle on your truck? I'm in the initial stages of restoring/rodding a 53 F100.

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I bet all of your neighbors think you own a Ferrari. Nice looking car. On your next pictures, can you get a better angle on your truck? I'm in the initial stages of restoring/rodding a 53 F100.


Yea some of the neighbors probably thing that. But the few that have asked I told it was a Fiero. I really enjoy seeing peoples expressions when I tell them its an 1986 Pontiac. And the truck is a friend of mines, he will be back over next weekend I will try to get some good photos for you.


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Tech Day this Sat - you in?

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I might make it up there. But the 355 is not quite ready to make the trip.

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who's kit did you use?
your car looks great!

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who's kit did you use?
your car looks great!


Thank You!

The kit is from

www.ad355.com

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best looking Fierraro I ever seen

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thats John
he just sold the molds for the 355
the front facia on the car on his page is the one that is on the front of my car now.
it looks a little diferant now.
his kits are IMO one of the best out there.
Again Great car!
here is a pic of a friends car I am helping with john made him some new parts I have to replace on his car.
john did not make his but we are using some of his parts to fix his.
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pay no attention to the street sign! HAHA

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thats John
he just sold the molds for the 355
the front facia on the car on his page is the one that is on the front of my car now.
it looks a little diferant now.
his kits are IMO one of the best out there.
Again Great car!
here is a pic of a friends car I am helping with john made him some new parts I have to replace on his car.
john did not make his but we are using some of his parts to fix his.
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pay no attention to the street sign! HAHA



Looks very nice, is that a mirage kit?

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best looking Fierraro I ever seen


Thank you!

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when I went to Johns he said he uses a GM plug for the tail lights but he did not know the number and did not have any.
do you remember what that plug was and where to get it?

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Still working on the suspension upgrade. I have all the poly bushings in and the KYB shocks and struts. All the ball joints are changed, and the so are the tie rod ends. Currently I am working on the sway bars. Also my new heater core from the Fiero store is bad and leaking all over the interior. >









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I wish you wouldn't have to sell that car. Looks way too good just to sell it off. It does seem like the car belongs there.

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No passenger side mirror?

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No passenger side mirror?


Still a work in progress

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that's not a FIERO! :P



HAHA I was going to say this!

That car is sharp my friend!

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Really nice looking Replica... I have the German F355 front molded for the Fiero, I like the Fiero body better thou, The Ferrari has more agressive looks but the Fiero has a cleaner and more harmonic apearence I think..

Very good job thou.. congrats!!






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Beautiful car man, one of the best looking Fierraris out there. I spy with my little eye a stainless steel 80s sports car in on of those pictures! Got a picture of that?

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Ok I am over the car no matter how great it looks. I want to see more pics of that beautiful house

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Really nice looking Replica... I have the German F355 front molded for the Fiero, I like the Fiero body better thou, The Ferrari has more agressive looks but the Fiero has a cleaner and more harmonic apearence I think..

Very good job thou.. congrats!!



Very nice car!! I love the bend of 355 style with the Fiero.

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Beautiful car man, one of the best looking Fierraris out there. I spy with my little eye a stainless steel 80s sports car in on of those pictures! Got a picture of that?


Well since you asked. LoL!




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Ok I am over the car no matter how great it looks. I want to see more pics of that beautiful house



Thanks, I will find some photos.


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We travel.... back to the future..

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I second the house comments. Sheesh that thing is beautiful. And good work on the car as well.

Edit: Oh, and who makes the kit you used? ...... Kidding! Just kidding....

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I second the house comments. Sheesh that thing is beautiful. And good work on the car as well.

Edit: Oh, and who makes the kit you used? ...... Kidding! Just kidding....



Thanks!!

As requested. The house was built in 2002-3 its about 3000sq ft, all upgrades, jacuzzi tub, stainless appliances, dual ovens, granite counter tops, huge master suite (about 500 sq ft), 3 car garage, landscaped yards with fountain in the backyard, 4 bedrooms, 3 full baths, etc.

(excuse the yard in the photo, is much greener now)









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Got the front suspension totally done! It has the new Fiero store sway bar, Rodneys end links, etc.


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Oh, my! That house is fantastic!!!! I'm going to post pictures of your place on my walls now

You have done well for yourself.

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Oh, my! That house is fantastic!!!! I'm going to post pictures of your place on my walls now

You have done well for yourself.



Thanks you!! Its the end result of working night and day since I was 14 years old. I also don't drink, smoke, or gamble. I have no kids, and my girlfriend works full time so we have two incomes.

As for the Ferrari, there should be some more progress this weekend. Stay tuned!!

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This weekend we got a lot of work done on the car. Here is the list.

-Replaced e-brake handle with a NOS one.
-Replaced Heater Core (again)
-Installed Custom Rear Sway Bar
-Installed MSD Cap and Rotor
-Installed STI Plug Wires
-Installed Custom Intake with K&N Filter
-Installed Under Drive Pulley
-Installed Hypertech Performance Chip
-Installed Hypertech Low Temp Thermostat
-Installed RD Solid Cradle Bushings (at least the rear)
-Installed More Dynamat
-Removed Alternator to installed the more powerful Fiero Store one, but the bolt broke so it will be next weekend until we get the alternator back on.

Hard at work!


Don't worry the car was supported by jack stands the cinderblocks were only to load the suspension for the sway bar.


Still need to be cleaned after paint.


Rear sway bar.



Burning out the cradle bushings in the car, boy was that ever stressful!!!



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If you heated the sleeve from the end of the 'arm' rather than lighting the rubber on fire they would have popped out the side with hardly any mess or flames. It's ok, people do it like that all the time, but it always scares me, lol. I need to make a video next time I do another set.

Car (and house) look fantastic!!!!!

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If you heated the sleeve from the end of the 'arm' rather than lighting the rubber on fire they would have popped out the side with hardly any mess or flames. It's ok, people do it like that all the time, but it always scares me, lol. I need to make a video next time I do another set.

Car (and house) look fantastic!!!!!


Ahh ok. Well I tried that to start with but was not getting much luck. I guess I should have just tryed longer. The way we did it was to make a metal shield around the bushing and cradle, then burn it out. This prevented damage to the rest of the car, also we had two fire extinguishers, a hose, and a bucket of water close by.

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wheres the pics of the interior with that nice shift knob.

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